No not a Pentium D, a Pentium G3258 20th Anniversary Edition.
not really true. Cache is still bigger per core, still has more instruction sets (dedicated hardware).
There already is a standard. It has to boot into the OS and be able to screenshot a CPU-Z window.I know the point of suicide overclocking is to push a cpu or gpu to the absolute max but when are we going to get to the point where we say the standard is to have the system then run a game or benchmarking tool for an hour and stable before we accept the overclock numbers?
Nevermind, found what I was looking for. It's 798 GHz on a Silicone-Germanium 130 Nanometer chip running on 1.7 volts at 4 degrees Kelvin using liquid Helium.Anyone know what the true cpu clock speed world record really is? Not these types of competitions world record, but something along the lines of an "MIT custom built CPU operating at .5 degrees above absolute zero" kind of world record.